Lectures from a Silent World is the ultimate night out for anyone fascinated by the underwater world. Join three of the UK underwater scene’s most inspirational speakers in a night of exploration, encounter and adventure in to a beautiful world below. As well as the lectures there will be a lively bar where guests can enjoy their drinks to chilled out sounds brought to them by a fantastic DJ.
’Exploring the Invisible’ Exhibition A unique blend of art and science revealing the hidden machinations of the natural world. First Weekends at Trinity Buoy Wharf are delighted to present this fasinating show by Dr. Simon Park – Senior Lecturer in Molecular Biology.
***** The Upcoming **** The Public Reviews *** The Telegraph Project Colony is Fourth Monkey’s forthcoming site specific production at Trinity Buoy Wharf, a follow up to their recent sell out and award winning production of Sarah Kane’s 4.48 Psychosis at the Edinburgh Festival
02 March 2013
Exhibition: Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd March. 12pm to 5pm
Come and see what makes a cardboard engineer tick…
Following on from his hugely successful Icecreamvan, cardboard Sculptor William Alexander takes on his next challenge – to build a gondola, destined for the canals of Venice.
As part of the First Weekends programme of events, ‘Boarding Card’ is an installation featuring an on site build of his latest sculpture alongside an exhibition of his blue prints and paintings as well as the fully operational Icecreamvan.
To become IceCreamVanMan Will Alexander designed and built his own van from cardboard, powered by the artist from within, to make interventions into the spectacle of the everyday. By serving freshly made ‘cones’ dipped in ‘flavours’ of paint, IceCreamVanMan spread a joyfilled viewing and collecting experience, from Tate Modern in London to Edinburgh Festival and even over to the roam the streets of New York City.
For Further Information on the Artist: www.williamalexander.me.uk
For more information on the show contact the curator Garry Hunter
Boarding Card is supported by Out Takes Film Communications and Game Lab London.
First Weekends is supported by the Trinity Buoy Wharf Trust.